Microsoft has released four games for Windows 10 that are specifically developed to be played with eye tracking systems.
The four games, which are published in the Microsoft Store and are offered with a freeware license, aren’t just supposed to let users relax and have fun, but also help them get used to eye trackers when such accessibility features are required on Windows 10.
Users who want to install the four games need to be running at least Windows 10 April 2018 Update, or version 1803, on their devices.
Microsoft releasing such games isn’t necessarily surprising, as the software giant has put a lot of effort into improving the accessibility side of Windows 10.
The latest feature updates for the operating system brought substantial enhancements in this regard, and the release of games in the Microsoft Store can help those in need of an eye tracker to get used to the way it works in Windows 10.
The four games are the following:
|Eyes First – Tile Slide: Use eye control to play tile slide and put the puzzle board back in order. Challenge yourself to complete the puzzle in as few moves as possible!|
|Eyes First – Double Up: Use eye control to play Double Up and slide…|